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NEUROTHING is a Polish technical thrash/ hardcore metal act formed in 2004. The band released the "Vanishing Celestial Bodies" EP in 2005. NEUROTHING released their debut full-length studio album "Murder Book" in 2009.

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NEUROTHING Murder Book album cover 3.00 | 1 ratings
Murder Book
Thrash Metal 2009


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Vanishing Celestial Bodies
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NEUROTHING Vanishing Celestial Bodies

EP · 2005 · Thrash Metal
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"Vanishing Celestial Bodies" is an EP release by Polish metal act Neurothing. The EP was independently released in June 2005. Neurothing formed in 2004 and "Vanishing Celestial Bodies" is their first release. The EP features 4 tracks and a full playing time of 17:13 minutes.

Stylistically the music on the EP is a technical extreme metal style, which is obviously influenced by the angular chugging style of Meshuggah. While Neurothing don´t quite reach the intense polyrhythmic assault or the high number of challenging time-signatures of the Swedes, they do deliver quite the impressive technical attack. The vocals are predominantly aggressive hardcore oriented screaming (which again isn´t too far from the vocals on Meshuggah´s music), but there are some clean male vocals in the EP too. Neurothing should probably not have included the clean vocals though, as they aren´t very well sounding. The material is othwewise well composed, powerful, and effective.

"Vanishing Celestial Bodies" is relatively well produced, featuring a powerful, clear, and detailed sound production and paired with the potent material, and the high level musicianship, it´s a good quality EP and a promising first release by Neurothing. The band don´t have that many original ideas though and that´s a minor issue, so they probably need a little more time to develop their sound and find their own unique take on the style of music they´ve chosen to play. A 3 - 3.5 (65%) rating is warranted.


Album · 2009 · Thrash Metal
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"Murder Book" is the debut full-length studio album by Polish technical metal/thrash metal act Neurothing. The album was self-released in June 2009. Neurothing were formed in Poznań in 2004 and released the "Vanishing Celestial Bodies" EP in 2005.

The music on the 11 track, 35:15 minutes long album is technical extreme metal/groovy thrash metal very much in the vein of Meshuggah and at times Gojira. Challenging tempo- and time signature changes, ultra heavy groove laden and rhythmically complex riffs, and a raw and aggressive shouting lead vocalist on top. The musicianship are on a high level and everything is delivered with militant precision and great power.

The sound production is overall decent and powerful, but the album lacks a bit of a personal sound. The same can be said about the material which are generally a bit generic. So "Murder Book" is in some ways a fully professional product and in other ways it´s a very standard release in it´s genre, which has a hard time standing out among the vast amount of releases with a similar sound. A 3 star (60%) rating is warranted.

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